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Who is Simon Roche?

Simon Roche, Spokesman for the Suidlanders
I was recently asked to participate in a four person panel for the Dixie Heritage Hour , hosted by Dr. Ed DeVries. Each person was interviewed separately, beginning with me, then Pat Shannan (former editor of the American Free Press newspaper), Rick Tyler ( a conservative activist, former congressional candidate and American Freedom Party candidate for President in 2020) and finally Simon Roche, Spokesman for the Suidlanders organization) from South Africa.

The reason for this series of interviews was President Trump's  response to the mass shootings in El Paso, Tx and Dayton Ohio. In his response President Trump stated:

"In one voice our nation must condemn racism, bigotry and white supremacy" and urged the passage of so-called "red flag" laws.

"In one voice our nation must condemn racism, bigotry and white supremacy" and urged the passage of so-called "red flag" laws.- President Donald Trump

The purpose of the panel was for Dr. Ed to see if we had similar reactions to President Trump's comments. Dr. Ed stated that while listening he was shocked and felt as if he felt the President was declaring war on his own country. Dr. Ed asked me if he was crazy and I answered "no" because the statement by President Trump hit me the same way.

Supposedly the El Paso shooter posted a racist manifesto on the popular internet board "8Chan". Jim Watkins, the owner of the platform denied that the shooter  posted the manifesto on his site stating:

"First of all, the El Paso shooter posted on Instagram, not 8chan, later, someone uploaded a manifesto, however, that manifesto was not uploaded by the Walmart shooter - I don't know if he wrote it or not, but it was not uploaded by the murderer."

The Daily Mail , who published this story , added:

"Facebook said it disabled an Instagram account on Saturday connected to the gunman that had not been active for over a year, but responded to Mr Watkins, saying: "We have found nothing that supports this theory."

Of course we all know Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg would never lie (like the time he testified in the U.S. Senate that his social media platform did not censor conservative viewpoints).

So the "manifesto" is subject to scrutiny to begin with but the El Paso shooter did indicate his actions were to shoot Mexicans (I'll give the Prez that one) but what about the Dayton, OH shooter who was a devout radical liberal with Antifa ties? Nothing from the President in his press conference about that wing of the radical spectrum despite the fact that in the weeks before the shooting he "tweeted" that he was considering ANTIFA a domestic terrorist organization.

I had a few questions such as:

1. Why did President Trump not include ANTIFA in his press conference following the shooting?
2. Are "white supremacists" really  the majority of mass shooters? (the answer is no)
3. What defines a white supremacist?
4  Who are attacking and vandalizing historic monuments in our country, are they white supremacists or are they radical communist groups like Black Lives Matter and Antifa?
5. Which group of people are known to attack those with different beliefs during protests, is it white supremacists or Black Lives Matter and Antifa?

The majority of Conservatives and Southern patriots are not "white supremacists" but are very much victims of other racial groups. 

I think you probably get my point here. The majority of Conservatives and Southern patriots are not "white supremacists" but are very much a victim of other racial groups. These are the questions and the facts that were ignored by President Trump, his advisors and the Republicans at large.
   
I also shared that I was skeptical of "red flag" laws for gun owners and expressed that I was not off of the "Trump Train" but certainly did not like what I was hearing.

Pat Shannan and Rick Tyler also shared similar views but it was the response from South Africa's Simon Roche that shocked me as much as the President's statement following the shootings. Roche is spokesman for South Africa's Suidlanders organization which is combating attacks on white Afrikaners in the country that have become an epidemic since the end of Apartheid and the rise of African National Congress (which repeatedly uses rhetoric that incites attacks against the country's white population). 

Roche stated during his interview that:

"I think I speak for the rest of the Western World other than the USA that we find it strange how gun control is because fundamentally a gun is a dangerous thing and we recognize that most crimes are committed by illegal gun owners , we understand that we get it and we like guns so in a sense we're on your side , we're on your team , we feel the same way you do but we struggle outside the USA struggles to understand how they can be just no control  at all or so very little to control."

Roche then becomes very passionate while addressing the facts about white farm attacks and the rape of their women emphasizing their need for guns to defend themselves before calmly returning to his pro-gun control rhetoric stating:

"But we can't understand how you can sell such a damn dangerous thing to a dude without knowing whether he's a psychopath you know, no background checks in some states, private sales, completely unregulated. We struggle with it to be honest. I'm sorry I didn't give you the answers you were looking for many of us are looking at what Trump is saying and it makes perfect sense."

I find it strange that a spokesman for an Afrikaner defense organization who tours other nations (including the USA) to bring attention to the plight of his people advocates gun control. White farmers are being murdered there. White women are being raped there. So why is he or any Afrikaner an advocate of gun control when the ruling power of the South African government has declared war on the whites? 

If I were a citizen of a country in which the ruling power attacks its own people and has all the military resources to do so, I would want access to those same weapons.

The whole thing is quite puzzling and quite frankly disturbing. So I'm asking (not claiming); Is Simon Roche a "Judas Goat"?  Does he believe what he is telling the rest of the world? Does he truly have the interest of his people at heart, or has he been paid to deliver them to their enemy?

In a previous interview Dr. DeVries states that he had read in a biography of Simon Roche that he (Roche) had previously been an ANC (African National Congress ) activist and asked Roche ; What happened to make you transition [away from the ANC]?

To which Roche replied:

" When I was at University I saw my country declining, deteriorating, going down the tubes and it was heartbreaking for me I'm a patriot by instinct. There were two options , two options and only one choice. To choose either apartheid ,which wasn't working universal sanctions were killing us and things wore getting worse and worse in the country all of the time or we could endeavor to make a go of it."

Roche did point out that over time he realized what had happened to his country was sickening but after University he was in a profession did a lot of work for the government, noting that he wasn't employed by the government but fulfilled many contracts for them.  He adds that in the years 2013-2016 he made multiple visits to his pastor because he felt so conflicted about helping the ANC in order to make a living stating:

"I said to him, I'm helping the President of the government to steal money from raped babies. I am writing budgets to trick our national lottery into giving money to the President's coffers."

Is he legit? I don't know. I just don't know. On one hand he seems honest and truthful but he had a good relationship with the ANC in the past and that raises a lot of questions like; How can one prepare for an upcoming Civil War [ in South Africa] while advocating gun control?

- Clint Lacy

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